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Lamprey Gets Help Through McNary Dam
Native Advocates Support Language Bill
Washburn Approves Kaw Nation Gaming Land
Williams Leads AK Natives in Iditarod
Repeal the Iron Mining Law
Answer to Expanding Oral Health
Standing Up to Diabetes on St. Regis Rez
9 More Standout Indigenous Women Leaders
Tribal College Honoree of the Year Named
Casting Doubt on Bering Strait Theory
Fancy Footwork Required at Wa:k Pow Wow
Redsk*n Jarheads Go Political
Poachers Destroy Iconic Redwoods
Ahyakak Wins 'Ultimate Survival Alaska'
New York Times Gives Front-Page Love
Fatter Wallets = Skinnier Kids
18 Months Later: Still No Answers
Wolves Transform Yellowstone's Rivers
Redskins Tour’s Latest Endorsement
Dylan Jenét, Presented by Stevie Wonder
Thing About Skins
South Dakota Radio Station Is a Good Neighbor—and a Good Listen
Let’s all get in the pow wow mood!” says on-air personality Chaske Rockboy, a.k.a...
Today’s Human Safari
Human beings on display may seem like a thing of the past, but the practice continues today, with a twist...
Brian Jackson, the 'I Believe Guy,' Strikes a Blow for Positivity
The year 1996 was a pivotal one for Cherokee Nation member Brian Jackson...
Fighting to Stay on Their Land: The Maya Q’Eqchi of Guatemala
One Mayan community in Guatemala is fighting for its right to stay on its own land, and they are looking for support from other Indigenous Peoples also...
State Assembly Recognizes November as Native American Heritage Month
Throughout Indian country there are tribal leaders who exemplify what it means to be a leader among America’s first peoples...
Foxwoods Honors Long-Time Employees with Special ‘Years of Service’ Banquet
Gale Courey Toensing
Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation recognizes contributions of outstanding personnel to success of North America’s largest resort casino Employees from Foxwoods Resort Casino's Acco...
Missing Women Commission Announces Community Forums in Northern B.C.
The Missing Women Commission of Inquiry has released details of the seven community forums to be hosted in northern British Columbia during the week of September 12, with more poss...
Notah Begay's 4th Annual NB3 Foundation Challenge
It's finally here. On Wednesday, August 31, Notah Begay's 4th Annual NB3 Foundation takes place at Turning Stone Resort's Atunyote Golf Club near Verona, New York...
Syracuse University Hosts Event on Violence Against Indian Women
Today at Syracuse University in Upstate New York, two groups are sponsoring an event focused on helping American Indian female victims of abuse survive and cope with the trauma, re...
National Parks that Best Tell American Indian Culture and History
There are almost 400 sites in the U.S. National Park system, including parks, monuments, historic sites, lakeshores, seashores and recreation areas...
Crow Student Puts Education Dreams First
Little Big Horn College (LBHC) student Heather Amyotte is juggling family, school and extra-curricular activities, but focusing on her education is what’s most important to her rig...
Schaghticoke Elder Catherine Velky, 87, Dies
Gale Courey Toensing
The Schaghticoke Tribal Nation has lost its beloved matriarch. Catherine E...
Most Shinnecock Indians Weathered Hurricane Irene from their Long Island Homes
Security personnel counted only four or five families who evacuated the Shinnecock Indian Reservation in Southampton, Long Island for Hurricane Irene, reported the Wall Street Jour...
Deadline for North Dakota Flood Disaster Aid Approaches
Flooding on Hwy 57 crossing Devils Lake on May 31, 2011 (Photo courtesy of Spirit Lake Tribe website) Flood victims on the Spirit Lake Reservation in North Central North Dakota and...
Ahousaht First Nations Fisheries Manager Killed by Drunk Driver
Ahousaht First Nation’s fisheries manager has been killed by a drunk driver in Washington State. Darrell E...
Oneida Nation Offers Free Youth Lacrosse Program
The Oneida Nation is opening a free lacrosse program for kids between the ages of 12-17 that will begin on September 8 and will continue every Thursday through September 29...
Human Zoo: For Centuries, Indigenous Peoples Were Displayed as Novelties
In 1893 a group of indigenous Aymara Bolivian men traveled to the United States so that they could be put on display at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair Columbian Exposition, which ce...
Karuk Journalist Determined to Get Native Stories in Mainstream Media
Eisa Nefertari Ulen
Like so many epic battles, Chiara Sottile’s campaign to get more visibility for American Indians started on a playground...
Even Hurricane Irene Couldn't Shut Down Foxwoods
In spite of Hurricane Irene and tropical storms berating the East Coast this past weekend, Foxwoods Resort & Casino remained open for business, reported the Ledyard Patch ...
Grover Whitehurst Discusses Education Reform
Grover "Russ" Whitehurst, director of the Brown Center on Education Policy at the Brookings Institute, discusses the three camps in the education reform debate—those who want refor...
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